Charlton House Independent School Independent Inspectorate Report
Scottish Literacy ReportScottish Numeracy Report
Independent preparatory schools do not have to follow the National Curriculum or submit test results to the Department for Education so there is no individual school performance data or star rating.
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Pupils are proud to follow the school’s mission statement to ‘love one another’. They typically behave very well. Pupils say that the small size of the school allows them to be friends with everyone. Pupils seldom fall out and say bullying does not happen. They are confident that if it did, adults would sort it out quickly. Older pupils enjoy being prefects and school councillors. They check that younger pupils are happy at playtimes and establish procedures so that lunchtimes run smoothly. Pupils benefit from a range of well-attended, extra-curricular activities. Ballroom dancing, choir and British Sign Language are the most popular clubs. Pupils recently enjoyed trips to make sculptures at an art gallery and to see the opera. They regularly contribute to local, national and international charities, particularly those with a Christian ethos. Substantial changes to staffing have meant that the curriculum is not as well developed as it needs to be. What the school intends pupils to learn in each subject is not currently well organised. Systems for checking what they know and can remember are not firmly established. This limits how much pupils learn over time. Some of the school’s safeguarding procedures are not thorough enough, which puts pupils potentially at risk of harm.
Charlton House Independent School Catchment Area Map
This school is independently managed and its admission criteria may be selective. There is no set catchment area as pupils are admitted from a wide variety of postcodes and, in the case of boarding schools, from outside the UK. Contact the school directly or visit their website for more information on Admissions Policy and Procedures.
2015 GCSE RESULTSImportant information for parents
Due to number of reforms to GSCE reporting introduced by the government in 2014, such as the exclusion of iGCSE examination results, the official school performance data may not accurately report a school’s full results. For more information, please see About and refer to the section, ‘Why does a school show 0% on its GSCE data dial? In many affected cases, the Average Point Score will also display LOW SCORE as points for iGCSEs and resits are not included.
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